Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
Psychology Today Magazine
We’ve always known that heartbreak can be profoundly painful. New research, though, is finding crucial links between the heart and the brain that point to ways we can better cope with both emotional and physical pain.
Depression and suicidality have been a constant struggle for Clancy Martin. Yet a suicide attempt, averted at the last moment, led to a valuable lesson.
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Migrating to the United States as a child altered the course of Javier Zamora's life.
The trillions of microbes in your gut have ways of enforcing their own nutrient needs.
Engaging in conversation with unknown others could teach you more than you expect.
Caregiving for a spouse is a demanding task; it helps if both partners discuss their expectations in advance.